First Slice 12/18/16: Vigils, protests planned at Gold Dome to sway electors' support for Trump

Plus, Roswell police officer fired after flying Confederate flag has an interesting lawyer

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>> Protesters plan to hold a vigil outside the Georgia Capitol tonight at 6 p.m. and tomorrow morning as part of a nationwide, last-ditch effort to convince the Electoral College not to support Pres.-elect Donald Trump

>> A brewery and brasserie are moving in along the Atlanta Beltline's Eastside trail.

>> The legal team representing a Roswell police officer who was fired after flying a Confederate flag outside her house — and with a squad vehicle parked out front — includes an interesting lawyer.

>> The Task Force for Global Health, a nonprofit that aims to help cure tropical diseases and increase access to vaccines, is moving into a new headquarters in Decatur. It recently purchased a DeKalb County government building to handle its growing staff.

>> Six years ago, Long Island police officers started finding bodies of sex workers on and around Gilgo Beach. They still have not caught the killer.

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